New York City Flights GuideNew York City boasts quite a few internationally famous landmarks such as Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Times Square, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. See a show on Broadway, shop 'til you drop on Fifth Avenue, take a ferry from Battery Park, or stroll around Central Park, New York will keep you busy and active whether you walk or take the subway.
From New York City, you can drive, bus, train, or fly to Boston or Washington, DC or drive or drive, bus, or train to Philadelphia. You can drive, bus, or subway to Jersey City, New Jersey. You can drive to Long Island and the Hamptons. You can drive, bus, subway, or ferry to Staten Island.
New York City has four distinct seasons: Summer (June to September), Fall (September to December), Winter (December to March), and Spring (March to June). Summer is generally hot and can be quite humid. Winter is very cold with temperatures hovering around freezing. Heavy snowfalls are expected in the winter.The best and cheapest time to fly to New York City is the spring or fall when the temperatures are warm and trees and flowers make for perfect scenery. You can also find good deals for end of August after children in the USA return to school. The winter months are also cheap, except during the Christmas and New Year holidays, but there aren't many outdoor activities to enjoy.
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